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Over the weekend in NYC, Lady Gaga celebrated the release of her newest album "ARTPOP" with an artRAVE in Brooklyn, Kanye West made a surprise appearance at TAO Downtown for Leondardo DiCaprio's 39th birthday party, Vladimir Restoin Roitfeld held an art opening for Clare Rojas in his private project space, and much more!
Last night in NYC, Olivier Theyskens hosted ACRIA's Unframed 2013 at the Sean Kelly Gallery, Emma Roberts, Dianna Agron, Alexa Chung, Amy Schumer, Lucy Punch and Zosia Mamet performed at Glamour's one-night-only theater event, Brit Marling and Alexander Skarsgard partied at at "The East" premiere after party, and so much more!
Over the weekend in NYC, Claire Courtin-Clarins and Lauren Santo Domingo stepped out for Save Venice's Black & White Masquerade Ball, Gloria Steinem, Olivia Wilde, and Gabrielle Douglas presented the DVF awards at the United Nations, Michael Kors honored Halle Berry at the United Nations World Food Programme Dinner, and so much more!
Pop music's hottest artists including Carly Rae Jepsen, Taylor Swift, Nicki Minaj and Justin Bieber hit the 2012 American Music Awards; Skrillex and Skylar Grey celebrate the AMAs with Interscope; The Wanted performs for Joanna Krupa, Kendra Wilkinson and others at Us Weekly's Music Party; Nikki Reed, Brad Goreski, Jenny McCarthy and many more hit Rolling Stone's AMA after party; Joel McHale, Seth Green and numerous other comedians help Variety honor Seth MacFarlane—get the details on who turned up where during this very busy weekend in L.A. in this edition of Last Night's Parties.
Last night, Skrillex played a super secret show at W.I.P., the Guest of a Guest girls fell in love with Elijah Wood at the Wooly, Bonobos had a launch party at Catch Rooftop, The Jane played host to artist Susanne Kippenberger, The Daily celebrated their 1 year anniversary and so much more. Last night's parties were all about music. More»
Though the most significant event of this past weekend was obvious, we also paid tribute to the indomitable American spirit by fully investing ourselves in America's greatest export: absurd pop culture. And what could be more absurd than the Comedy Central Roast of beloved crackhead warlock Charlie Sheen, which taped Saturday night? While the full special won't air until next Monday (going head-to-head with the Kutcheriffic season premiere of "Two And A Half Men"), we've already got the inside scoop on the funniest, most clever, or simply most brutal takedowns. Curious? More»
Wednesday, December 11
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